How Do the Earth Spheres Interact?

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There are five different types of spheres and they are the geosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere, atmosphere, and the last is cosmosphere. The earth involves many different cycles throughout the years. Cycles involve multiple spheres and system interactions. The earth gets its energy from two major sources. They are the sun and the planets internal heat. If the atmosphere and the geosphere combine, that is when volcanoes and also tragic events happen. When the geosphere and the hydrosphere combine, that is when the massive waves come through on to the beaches and could create problems.
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